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25 January 2008

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It is great to hear from you and to learn a little more about India. My geographical knowledge is abysmal but your adventures are encouraging me to get out the atlas and reference books. It will be even better when you can share your photos. Take care. Mx

Glad to see you made it! It's v.weird reading about your trip via the blog! Lovely, lovely, lovely.

Bon voyage! xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Hi D - How lovely to hear from you and read your fantastic post from a wonderful-sounding place. How brilliant that you managed to get into the barracks, too! You're obviously having the most amazing time. Can't wait to see some pics when you get back. Give Little Harry a big cuddle from me. Good luck for the rest of your adventures.

Wonderful words and it looks like heaven. Just don't get too attached to Butch!
Love you Mum
Sid and Louis

Wonderful words and it looks like heaven. Just don't get too attached to Butch!
Love you Mum
Sid and Louis

Just read your blog a week after your mail. Wish I had read it earlier. I live here in Pune and its made me nostalgic about India all over again. Thanks for a fresh take on my lovely country. Love to you.

Jayshree

Hello Jayshree - I'm glad you got the email. Meeting you was definitely one of the highlights - and there were quite a few - of my stay in India. Thank you for sharing your city with us. I can't wait to come back; already thinking about the next visit so, I do hope we can meet again. DXXX

Hi,

I am in Pune at the end of the month and looking to visit Kirke RA Barracks. Can you pinpoint where it is please?

Hello Glyn

Have sent you an email with information and map - hope it helps. Enjoy your visit.

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